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This gallery houses the landscape paintings of popular local artists Betty Hay Freeland, George Allan, Joseph Fletcher, Pamela Andelin, Fred KenKnight, and Macario Pascual. There's a second location in Kapalua at the Ritz-Carlton. www.villagegalleriesmaui.com..
This gallery is co-owned by six local artists and offers eclectic paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, and glass, along with locally made jewelry and quilts. In a courtyard across from Market Fresh Bistro, its monthly exhibits feature artists from various disciplines. www.viewpointsgallerymaui.com.
Watercolor enthusiasts rave about Sherri Reeve's pastel expressions of Maui's landscapes, flora, and fauna. Her origami-like sculpted works are sublime, and her designs have been applied to houseware goods that make for ideal gifts. www.sreeve.com.
Randy Jay Braun's black-and-white hula photographs, sepia paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) images, and vivid landscapes are instant classics. His gallery features a slew of his own work, along with koa wood furniture, fused-glass collectibles, shell jewelry, and ceramics from local artists. www.randyjaybraun.com.
This gallery shows work by hundreds of local artists, including exquisite woodwork, lovely ceramics, authentic Niihau shell lei, and famous wave photography by Clark Little. There are locations in Lahaina and Makawao and at the Hyatt Regency in Kaanapali. www.mauihands.com.
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